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Texas Voting: Appeals Court Blocks Order That Would Have Expanded Email Voting Amid Pandemic

Thursday’s 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals decision blocked a decision that would have allowed voters in Texas to request postal ballots, fearing that a lack of immunity to Covid-19 would endanger them if they voted personally. District judge Fred Biery issued a decision in May to expand mail-in voting by allowing the state’s “disability” election rule to apply to …

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The appeals court upholds the ban on personal worship in California

The 9th U.S. Court of Appeals ruled on Friday on South Bay United Pentecostal Church’s lawsuit in Chula Vista, California earlier this month. The lawsuit alleged that Californian governor Gavin Newsom and other state officials violated the Church’s initial adjustment rights as a result of orders to stay at home due to the coronavirus pandemic. In a 2: 1 decision, …

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Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey appeals for three-game suspension on Tuesday

According to the Associated Press, Steelers Center Maurkice Pouncey is scheduled to hold appeals on Tuesday for his suspension for three games. The hearing is expected to take place in New York Three games after an incident during the Steelers Browns game in Cleveland last Thursday, which resulted in several suspensions and fines. Brown's & Myles Garrett tore off Steeler's …

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Myles Garrett: NFL player appeals for suspension indefinitely, says source

Garrett's appeal will be heard on Wednesday by two appeals officials, James Thrash and Derrick Brooks, who are jointly appointed by the NFL and the NFL Players Association. The NFL suspended Garrett following a brawl on the pitch last Thursday when Garrett Pittsburgh slashed Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph's helmet and hit him on the head. CNN has turned to the …

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Federal Appeals Court rejects Trump's efforts to shield his taxes

On Wednesday, a federal appeals court issued a ruling allowing lawmakers to summon the auditors of President Donald Trump for years of financial records. A lawyer from the president promised to appeal to the Supreme Court. In an 8-3 poll, the US Circuit Court appealed to the DC Circuit for a hearing before the full court and upheld the decision …

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Ivanka Trump appeals to Jefferson to defend her father against impeachment

"& # 39; … surrounded by enemies and spies who catch and falsify every word that flows from my lips or flows from my pen and invents where facts miss them." – Thomas Jeffersons Thoughts on Washington DC in a letter to his daughter Martha Some things never change, dad! "She tweeted on Thursday. The President also tweeted shortly after …

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Appeals court temporarily stops House from getting grand jury secrets for impeachment inquiry

The Trump administration or President Donald Trump himself is presumed to be the president of the case. So far, the administration has been successful in delaying the House trial by holding up testimony from witnesses, Trump's financial document subpoenas and even the Mueller's grand jury information-sharing. Yet Federal Judges have roundly shot down the administration's arguments so far, saying repeatedly …

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Appeals Court Revives Copyright Lawsuit – Rolling Stone

Taylor Swift's 2014 hit "Shake It Off" is again at the center of a lawsuit. On Monday, a federal appeals court resumed a previously rejected copyright lawsuit by songwriters Sean Hall and Nathan Butler, who lead the single-lifts from their 2001 playas Gon & Play play. A Swift representative did not immediately respond to a request for comment. While both …

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Trump, DOJ, asks the appeals court to block the subpoena for tax filing in New York

President Trump Donald John TrumpDemocratic 2020 hopes to defend LGBTQ plans at City Hall Trump defends Syria at rally: "Bring our troops home" Pompeo counselor resigns: Report MORE demanded a federal appeals court on Friday In his opening statement in his appeal, Trump affirmed his position that the summons was unconstitutional because presidents can not be subjected to criminal proceedings. …

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